The BSA today released decisions on eight complaints, none of which were upheld.
Five of the complaints were made under the Free-to-Air Television Code and three complaints were made under the Radio Code. These complaints dealt with a range of diverse issues, such as whether an item on Sunday about dairy farming was accurate and balanced, whether the broadcast of a foreign language film containing sexual content was in breach of the good taste and decency standard, and whether it was appropriate for a radio play about a forest fire to be broadcast around the time of the Christchurch Port Hills fires.
You can read our media release on one of these decisions here.
To read the full decisions, click on the Latest Decisions button below.